Has the beautiful weather that has been predicted for this weekend made you want to hit the road? Furthermore, do you have an interest in Cherokee history and culture? Consider a visit to the Chief Vann House in Chatsworth and/or the New Echota Historic Site in Calhoun, both members of Georgia’s State Parks and Historic Sites. David Gomez, manager of both institutions, says that New Echota was the capital city for the Cherokee nation, while the Chief Vann House is one of the best-preserved Cherokee homes east of the Mississippi River.
The Northwest Georgia Center for Independent Living and the Rome Police Department have teamed up to educate the community on handicap parking guidelines and working towards proper compliance by all members of the community, according to a release from the RPD.
NICE WEATHER ON TAP FOR FIRST BROAD STREET BLOCK PARTY OF THE YEAR TO KICK OFF FIRST FRIDAY CONCERT SERIES
Perfect weather is expected for the first First Friday concert of the year in downtown Rome tonight, though it will be a bit chilly. The 17th edition of the First Friday concert series will kick off with a Broad Street Block Party. It will begin at 7 pm and feature the music of Curiosity Shoppe and Babe’s Bayou.
The Floyd County Sheriff’s Office has announced the impending resignation of Deputy Chris Snyder, effective May 18th. He has accepted a job offer from the neighboring Walker County Sheriff’s Office as a Deputy.